Marie Griffin
School of Criminology & Criminal Justice

In Memoriam

Marie Griffin was a Professor in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Arizona State University. She was the author of more than 50 referred articles, book chapters, and technical reports.  Her research interests included issues of organizational climate in the correctional setting; prison and jail misconduct; community supervision; and gender and crime. She was the principal or co-principal investigator on more than a dozen funded projects from local, state and national sources, and recently completed a research project funded by PEW Center on the States examining the effects of earned time credit on successful probation outcomes in Arizona. Her work appeared in such outlets as Justice QuarterlyCriminal Justice and Behavior, and Criminology & Public Policy. 

 CV:  Griffin_CV_Dec_2015.pdf

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  • Institutional corrections
  • Prison work environment
  • Prison gangs and prison misconduct
  • Community corrections supervision
  • Gender and crime